If you really want to be productive I'd suggest you to try reading the v2.0 API documentation for Mupen64plus. Repositories for the project: - https://bitbucket.org/richard42/ (the main repository containing the Mupen64plus project and the Rice video plugin). - https://bitbucket.org/wahrhaft (repository containing Glide64, Glide Napalm, Arachnoid and Z64 video plugins). - https://bitbucket.or...4plus/wiki/Home (contains a Mupen64Plus 2.0 GUI frontend written using wxWidgets) I'd suggest to send any of your changes upstream to stop fragmentation of this project. From my understanding, some of the plugins like Glide Napalm are being rewritten to remove x86 assembly. The wxWidgets frontend will work if a recent version of wxWidgets is available for the Pandora. The biggest issue will be the lack of support of OpenGL ES 2.0 in the video plugins. It's not going to be as simple as rounding up a few Android ports and expecting them to work with ease on a Linux system like the one that is running on the Pandora. Hopefully Ari64's dynarec will be included in the main repository eventually (it also supports x86 and x86_64 - not just ARM).